Saturday, October 9, 2010

ShareTweet The “Thumb Pots” are one of a number of mud pots and mud areas in Yellowstone National Park.  The “Thumb Pots” in the West Thumb geyser basin are probably the least well known of the mud and paint pot areas in Yellowstone.  Other more well known areas include the Artist Paint Pots, the Fountain […]

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ShareTweet Abyss Pool is one of many pools and hot springs located in the West Thumb Basin of Yellowstone National Park.  The “Abyss” may come from the depth of the pool which at its deepest point is 53 feet.  The temperature of Abyss Pool hovers around 181 degrees and accounts for its nice blue color. […]

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ShareTweet Lakeside Spring is one of many thermal features in the West Thumb area of Yellowstone National Park.  In West Thumb not only do you get to walk along the .6 mile boardwalk that showcases hot springs, mud pots and (mostly dormant) geysers but you get to enjoy the scenic views of Yellowstone Lake.  Lakeside […]

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